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Sydney taxis have joined a growing chorus of enterprises claiming World Youth Day (WYD) is adversely affecting sales as business travellers steer clear of the city to avoid crowding and road closures.
The Australasian Gaming Expo (AGE) is offering complementary admission to all gaming executives and professionals who register at the AGE website.
The Darwin Convention Centre (DCC) has exceeded its sales targets for the 2008-09 fiscal year less than a month after it commenced operations.
Australia’s lagging tourism sector could receive a much-needed boost should a proposal to treat flights from New Zealand like domestic carriers is approved.
Conference delegates and business travellers could be turned away from hotels in Western Australia from next week because of an undersupply of clean sheets linked to the state’s gas shortage.
Bangkok is setting the groundwork for a global campaign to promote itself as a hub for exhibitions and boost its competitiveness in the MICE industry.
A Sydney tour operator is offering a money back guarantee for its whale watching cruises until the end of July.
Melbourne has for third year in a row beaten Sydney for the top spot in the latest business traveller’s survey.
The world’s first synthetic golf course is nearing completion at a development site near Yeepoon on Queensland’s Capricorn Coast, with 13 of the 18 holes now complete.
‘Showing a united front’ has been identified as key to winning conferences contracts at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre Association Seminar this week.
Occupancy rates for hotels have fallen to 70 per cent in Sydney as corporate travellers street clear of the city in the lead up to World Youth Day.
The Federal Government is aiming to boost lagging tourism and give Australia a competitive edge by introducing a national accreditation scheme for the sector.
Eight Hotels Australia has launched a new budget luxury hotel designed for business travellers, with room rates starting at $95 per night.
Tourism Australia has announced the selection of DDB Worldwide as its new global creative services agency for the next three years.
Rydges Hotels and Resorts have secured the rights to manage the popular Hideaway Resort Fiji, re-branding it the Rydges Hideaway Resort Fiji
The International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) Youth Forum will be hosted at AIME 09 in Melbourne next February.
Celebrating the release of the film ‘Australia’, Captain Cook Cruises suggests groups go walkabout on the Murray River.
The Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia held its second update on the redevelopment of Darling Harbour in partnership with Infrastructure NSW providing the latest news about plans for redevelopment
Adding new choices to the Sydney and Brisbane accommodation markets – Meriton Serviced Apartments has opened new properties